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Latest news

30 September 2016
Details of Somerset and Avon Rape and Sexual Abuse Support's (SARSAS) recent campaign, One in Five.
A response from Bristol City Council to Kerry about its automated telephone system.
Kerry's statement following the re-election of Jeremy Corbyn as Labour Leader.
On Monday, Kerry visited Hinkley Point B and C, and EDF's operational centre in Bristol.
Kerry's statement following the Government's u-turns on two proposed changes to welfare, which would have affected supported accommodation like women's refuges.

Latest tweets

@ma_ttb @labour_energy @MarvinJRees p Because environmental costs too great - can't pursue cheap energy at any cost.
@deadlydarcy @ThangamMP yes I did when first proposed - obviously Thangam's patch, and both she and councillors are onto it.
@ArchDecorBris I'm at conference, will chase up when back in bristol from tomorrow.
@MadcatRo1 @LabourList once it's online there will be ways to feed in ideas and local discussions led by report's authors.

The week ahead

This week in the main Commons Chamber MPs will be debating the remaining stages of the Wales Bill, the Second Reading of the Digital Economy Bill, an Opposition Day debate on the NHS, and backbench debates on family courts in domestic violence cases. (Kerry will not be able to attend the Digital Economy debate as she will be in Walsall for the funeral of Wally Burley, who set up and ran the Labour Animal Welfare Society for 25 years but this is only the Second Reading and the Bill will return for further debate.) In Westminster Hall Kerry will be taking part in a debate on South Korea and the Dog Meat trade, having received many emails on this topic.

Kerry will also be attending the annual State of Nature report launch, as well as a number of meetings in connection with her work as a member of the Environmental Audit Committee. She has Question 2 on the Order Paper at DFID Questions on Wednesday (just before PMQs) when she will be asking what aid the UK is providing to civilians in Aleppo and other besieged areas in Syria. On Wednesday she will be meeting with the Kinship Care Alliance for a discussion on the Children and Social Work Bill.

On Friday Kerry will be speaking in Cambridge on the Environmental Impact of Brexit, but will then be back in Bristol for the next few weeks as Parliament is in recess for the Party Conference season.

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